Here's To The Heroes - Ten Tenors, The
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In March of 2006 when The Ten Tenors crowded into London's Abbey Road Studios and teamed up with film score icon John Barry, his celebrated lyricist partner Don Black, Simon Franglen, and 87 musicians from the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Dodd, there was room only for musical creativity. And thus began the recording process for The Ten Tenors' album Here's To The Heroes. The result is an album greater than the sum of its considerable parts. Here's To The Heroes is an epic body of work, cinemascopic in sound and stature. In fact seven of the 12 tracks on the album are exquisite interpretations of film theme songs. John Barry lent his James Bond themes "You Only Live Twice" and "We Have All the Time In The World" from On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The theme from Dances With Wolves has been reinterpreted as the album's title track and first single "Here's To The Heroes" and there's also Queen's "Who Wants To Live Forever", the theme from the cult classic Highlander. The album also features three new compositions by Barry and Black.
- JUST TO SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN
- LES CHORISTES
- HERE'S TO THE HEROES
- WE HAVE ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD
- BUONGIORNO PRINCIPESSA
- THERE'LL COME A DAY
- YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
- TICK ALL THE DAYS OFF ONE BY ONE
- WHO WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER?
- SOMEWHERE IN TIME
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